Marketing, advertising, and sales are all tough to understand when and why customers and prospects buy.

One of the simplest explanations is you are asking people to part with their money.

That’s the main reason I want to send you my valuable educational content.

I’m so sure you will agree with my content ideas, you can get the first month free. That’s 4 free weekly newsletters when you subscribe quarterly for the next 12 weekly newsletters at an unbelieveable price. 

Send me an email, Mdoc@direct2customers.com with questions or advice to help your business.

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"Attracting attention is marketing... and extremely important. Sales, is persuading someone to buy a product or service. MarketingDoc"

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Please allow me to introduce myself, MarketingDoc

I received my moniker from a eye doctor. He compared my questioning to his approach in his practice when interviewing a potential patient. He called me a marketing doctor. I decided on Doc instead of doctor.

I have over 40 years of experience in direct marketing, advertising, sales and a small business owner. I am a solution provider and a creator. 

My creativity was a journey. You can read about this journey that I started in grammar school. It’s a short read, 6 to 8 minutes, and will give you a better understanding how I teach and write my newsletters.